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  • Tammy Fox

    God Anubis weighs whats in your heart..

  • Lyjinn Seti

    Egyptian God Of Death | ancient egyptian mdw ntr kemet egyptian gods egyptian egyptian ...

  • Mark Madison

    kawaiichocolatedrop: Anubis and the Scale of Ma’at. Your heart is placed against the feather (truth). If your heart is lighter than the feather, you shall pass into the “Field of Peace.” If not, your heart will be eaten by Ammut (devourer of the Dead).

  • Susie Jones-Benson

    Egyptian mythology the god Anubis was associated with the afterlife and mummification

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Anubis is the Greek name for a jackal-headed god associated with mummification and the afterlife in ancient Egyptian religion. He is the son of Nephthys and Set according to the Egyptian mythology.

Afterlife Guide Anpu (Anubis) Creation:Anpu is netjer Ausar & netjer Nephthys son. Abilities:Anpu was associated with the mummification and protection of the dead for their journey into the afterlife. Anpu is depicted in funerary contexts where he is shown attending to the mummies of the deceased or sitting atop a tomb protecting it. More Info:Anpu' wife is a goddess called Anput, his female aspect, and their daughter is the goddess Kebechet.

Anubis was a funerary god. His task came to be holding the scales on which the heart was weighed. If the heart was lighter than a feather, the dead would be led by Anubis to Osiris. If heavier, the soul would be destroyed.

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Anubis - Egyptian God of the Dead. Judges the hearts of those who have died to determine where they will go in the afterlife.

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